Col de Marie Blanque Virtual Rides Turbo Training DVD
Col de Marie Blanque is a mountain pass in the western Pyrenees in France. The pass is situated south-east of Oloron-Sainte-Marie and connects the valleys of the Aspe and the Ossau rivers. The climb is popular with both amateur and professional cyclists. The pass was first used in the Tour de France in 1978 and has been crossed 14 times by the tour, including on stage 17 of the 2010 tour from Pau to the Col du Tourmalet. The virtual ride starts at the town of Bielle on the D934 on the eastern side from where it is 11.5 km long, gaining 585 metres at an average of 5.1%, with a maximum of 8.5%.
DVD features a dashboard on the top of the screen which shows distance left to climb, current average gradient percentage, suggested RPE intensity and cadence. Dashboard on the bottom of the screen shows speed, altitude in meters and current gradient.
Approx 30 minutes run time, plays on a normal DVD player or PC.
DVD also features workout soundtrack to add to your training enjoyment.